Traditional Food in Turkey

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10 Responses

  1. I’ve had Turkish food many times. Many Middle Eastern foods are derived from Turkey, so your article felt very familiar. Still, I never imagined they care about their tea that much… it’s pretty crazy! Thanks for the guide Ana!

  2. Jeremiah says:

    Wow! I love Turkish food! This reminds me of the time, visiting Turkey on an adventure holiday. I went to a small town called Kaş, it was absolutely beautiful! Everything about the Turkish cuisine is delicious, as you had mentioned- from breakfast to lunch.
    They really make you feel welcome too, going out for a Turkish coffee, they sometimes include a flavored liquor of some sort.
    You are tempting me to come back to visit Turkey again!
    Thank you for an amazing article, really enjoyed it.

    • Ana says:

      Yes, the food is really amazing and the people’s hospitality makes it even tastier. It’s great how in every restaurant in Turkey you feel so welcomed and very well served with all little free things you get, like the “lokum” they serve with Turkish coffee. I love the service here and I’m glad you had a chance to enjoy it.

  3. Rebecca says:

    All of this Turkish food looks amazing! I want to try it all! I will have to make one or two of these soon since I have never had Turkish food. Thanks for posting!

  4. Milena says:

    Everything looks so delicious. I hope to have a chance to try something from Turkish cuisine.

    • Ana says:

      Dear Milena, thank you for your comment and I’m happy you like what you see. You should try and you will fly to the Moon 🙂 All the best to you,Ana.

  5. Natalia says:

    Oh God, with these pics you brought me back to the time when I was happily living in Turkey! I miss the smell of Turkish cuisine and I am always amazed of how many different dishes they have! My favorite in all is on the first pic-pide! I could eat it every single day 😀

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